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BOOK: Public-Private Partnerships for Urban Water Utilities: A Review of Experiences in Developing Countries

This book analyzes the access, service quality, operational efficiency, and tariff levels of more than 65 large water PPP projects (representing more than 100 million people) over 15 years in different regions.

Its goal is to contribute to a better understanding of how to tackle the many challenges of providing water and sanitation services to urban populations in the developing world.The book is directed at policy makers in governments as well as donors and other stakeholders

 

More information on the PPIAF web site : http://www.ppiaf.org/content/view/611/485/

PPP et privatisation

Un article sur PPP et privatisation paru dans le journal 24 heures de Lausanne s’intéresse à l’avis d’une spécialiste – membre de la Chaire EPPP …

Nouvelle publication : « Reforming Defense Procurement: Lessons from France »

Une nouvelle publication d’un des membres du groupe SPOC

Kapstein, Ethan B. and Oudot, Jean-Michel (2009) « Reforming Defense Procurement: Lessons from France, » Business and Politics: Vol. 11 : Iss. 2, Article 1.

Résumé:

Is it possible to generate more efficient outcomes with respect to public procurement in general and defense acquisition in particular? Or are cost overruns inevitable when it comes to major engineering projects, like the development of modern weaponry? In this article, we draw on a unique data set of nearly 50 French armaments contracts in order to examine how one government has reformed its defense acquisition process over the past twenty years. Beginning in the early 1990s, France embarked on a series of policy reforms that enabled the state to contain skyrocketing weapons costs. We emphasize three, inter-related aspects of the defense acquisition environment in France that favored cost containment: first, hard budget constraints; second, the great technical capacity that the French government brought to bear on the weapons acquisition process, coupled with its iterative relationship with a small number of suppliers; and third, the use of contracting techniques that empowered project managers.

Interview France 3 au 12/13h

Passage sur France 3 de Stéphane Saussier, le jeudi 11 décembre concernant le SEDIF et l’efficacité des délégations de services publics pour la gestion de l’eau en France

Voir la video du 12/13